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Inland Empire Critical Mass

12:42 PM PDT on October 15, 2008

The IE Critical Mass is a fun bike ride that takes
place every third Friday of the month. We meet at 7pm, ride at 7:30pm
for you stragglers, in the REI parking lot located on the northwest
corner of Foothill Blvd and Day Creek Blvd in Rancho Cucamonga.

Let's
see if we can grow this thing and inspire people that bikes are a great
way to get around. All experience and fitness levels are welcomed. No
riders left behind!

Meet people who ride bikes
for fun, sport, exercise, commuting. Invite your friends. Bring anyone
who hasn't ridden a bike since they were kids. Join citizens of the
Inland Empire who want to explore the region by bike.

Let's ride!

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